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One punch-culture can cost lives, careers and options, says councillor

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The phenomenon of ‘one punch’ incidents that has become increasingly common in public order offences can cost not only lives, but the possibility of a conviction that will end careers and travel hopes, a local Joint Policing Committee meeting was told this week.

Enhancement project gets underway at NMI - Country Life

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A significant project to enhance and extend the entrance lobby and visitor welcome point at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, has recently commenced.

Participate in Diabetes Ireland’s June bank holiday weekend challenge

This June Bank Holiday Weekend, Diabetes Ireland is asking those in Westmeath with diabetes, their families and friends to get outdoors and take part in its 10km Challenge 2021 to raise vital funds to support its helpline and education services.

Councils bracing themselves for busy Bank Holiday weekend

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Galway’s two local authorities have been asked to brace themselves for busy weekends across the city and county by providing adequate litter and toilet facilities at popular recreation spots.

Achieving gender equality is the 'unfinished business of our times', says O'Connor

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"Achieving gender equality for women and girls is the greatest unfinished business of our times. Seventy eight per cent of those on the frontline healthcare are women, we were never more reliant and grateful for their work than we have been this year."

Why study an arts/humanities degree

One of the questions that I have been asked most often is, "What kind of a career/job can I get if I study an arts degree?” The best way to start is to look at who is best suited to study an arts degree.

Cead mile failte Joe Biden

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The collective sighs of relief and whoops of joy were audible throughout the free-thinking world. Democrat Joe Biden eclipsed incumbent Donald Trump at the polls to become the 46th president of the United States, and also the 23rd to have Irish roots.

Cheevers calls for transparency on local property tax

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Fianna Fáil councillor Alan Cheevers has said the Galway City Council needs to publish a yearly transparency report on how local property tax is being spent in communities.

Wedding trends for 2020

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So your other half has got down on one knee and made you the happiest person in the world. But now it is time for the real excitement to start - the wedding planning. All couples want their big day to be special but it is without doubt an event that takes lots of planning. Here are some of our top tips on how to mark what should be one of the most enjoyable and memorable days of your life for 2020.

Food On The Edge 2019 explores the role of food in migration and identity

Food On The Edge 2019, which took place in Galway this week, saw more than 600 people attend to hear from some 50 of the world's best chefs and experience some of the best in Irish produce in the artisan food village.

 

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